Lyte Years highlights MC Lyte at her earlier years including her introduction into the hip hop game, her source of motivation, and interviews with fans. Music videos featured include "When in Love," "Lyte as a Rock," and "Eyes are the Soul."
Music video for "Brenda's Got a Baby"
A continuation of the previous interview.
After being smuggled into Spain, a young Senegalese drifts from one menial job to the next and eventually develops a relationship with a Spanish woman.
YO! MTV Raps episode hosted by Fab 5 Freddy, interspersed with group interviews of Super Cat, P. Diddy (Then called Puff Daddy), Heavy D and the Boyz, and Al Payne. Music Videos - "Dem No Worry Me," Super Cat feat. Heavy D; "It's On" Naughty By Nature; "Don't Curse," Heavy D.
Home video from an amateur recording session - "West Coast Underground"
Harvard on Hip Hop- by Aaron Tamala, Laura Weidman, Peter Santina
An interview regarding L.A. underground hiphop. This is followed by a live amateur performance. This is followed by an interview with a member of the Cali 9 Entertainment Group, Khynky Rhead. This followed by a performance by the group Ordinary People in a record studio. This is followed by footage of people hanging out (not much audible dialogue).
NOBODY KNOWS MY NAME tells the story of women who are connected by their love for hip-hop music. Despite the fact that these talented female artists exist within a culture that revolves around self-expression, the subjects of Raimist's documentary must struggle to be heard. Asia One has found a niche as an organizer of the B-Boy Summit, but longs for a sense of female community.
An episode of the Yolanda show featuring Gospel HipHop in the Queensboro North Bride Project.